The Muslim World League stressed the importance of concerted international and national efforts worldwide to confront the dangers arising from the ideas of ethnic and religious extremism. It referred to the tireless work of the League to consolidate national harmony in all diverse societies.
On the anniversary of the bloody racist act of terror that occurred on February 19, 2020, in which 9 innocent people were killed on German soil by an extremist who shot them in two cafes near Frankfurt. The League recalled with great appreciation the speed of the German government’s response to that incident. It also appreciated the announcement by the Minister of Interior about establishing a committee of experts to follow up the phenomenon of hostility against Islam and Muslims.
In a statement issued in this regard, the League also affirmed its commitment to what was stated in the UN statement related to the incident, and to the statement of the President of the Supreme Council of Muslims in Germany Ayman Mazek, who stressed the need for joint action to avoid the recurrence of such terrorist crimes in the future.